Board and Staff
Impact Monadnock and its “Start Small. Think Big.” initiative have engaged the energy and imaginations of many amazing people in our community.
Below are the names of our current board and staff. If you believe in our community and our mission and would like to help, please contact us here.
Jan Barry, Keene, Title I Project Manager and McKinney-Vento Liaison, SAU 29, and Keene Community Education Adult Education Director
Dottie Bauer, Ed.D., Keene, Professor of Early Childhood Education at Keene State College
Patricia I. Campbell, D.O., Keene, Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene
Eileen Fernandes, Keene, Population Health Manager, Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene
Dick Hill, Marlborough, Retired, Director of Manufacturing, MARKEM Corporation
Josh Meehan, Keene, Executive Director, Keene Housing & Chairperson, Keene Housing Kids Collaborative
Jeff Miller, Marlborough, Retired Executive, MARKEM Corporation
Helene Mogridge, Keene, Chief Executive Officer, Keene Family YMCA
Susan Newcomer, Spofford, Workforce Development Coordinator, Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce
Joe Parisi, Spofford, Retired Executive, Markem-Imaje
Barbara Tremblay, Keene, Retired Educator/Principal, SAU 29
Penelope Ryder Vaine, BSW, Winchester, Program Manager of Maternal and Child Health Program, Home Health Care, Hospice & Community Services
Nikki Sauber, MS
Nikki Sauber is the Project Assistant for Impact Monadnock, working with Project Teams and coordinating various aspects of the “Start Small. Think Big.” initiative.
Liz LaRose, President of Monadnock United Way (Backbone Organization), will provide interim support to Impact Monadnock in spring and summer of 2017.